Summer Curb Appeal Tips for Your Austin Texas Home

Posted by Kent Redding on Thursday, June 16th, 2016 at 4:02pm

Summer is here and with children out of school many people will be searching for the perfect Austin Texas Home, this makes summer time a perfect time of year to sell your home.

Curb appeal becomes more important than ever before during the summer months because it shows buyers what’s possible with your home.

In this article we will share with you easy summer curb appeal tips that will improve the curb of your Austin Texas Home.

Tip #1 – Make Your Front Yard Exceptional

The first thing to do with improving the curb appeal for your Austin Texas home is to make your front yard exceptional by planting new grass or sod (if needed), planting new flowers or trees, painting fencing in front of your house, painting your mailbox, and installing new solar garden lights since will also help your home to be more visually stimulating at night.

Tip #2 – De-Clutter Your Driveway

If your driveway has more than one vehicle, assorted bikes, trash cans or tools sitting on it you should remove everything from your driveway, rent a power washer and spray down your driveway from top to bottom to remove oil stains, dirt or debris that might be there.

Tip #3 – Paint the Front Door

One big mistake that most homeowners make is not painting the front door to their homes when the front door should be considered to be one of the primary things that attracts buyers to a home.

Instead of painting your front door the same color as before you should consider painting it a bold color that will “pop” and make the front of your home visually stimulating.

Get More Curb Appeal Tips for Your Austin Texas Home

To learn more about how you can improve the curb appeal for your Austin Texas home, or to view homes for sale, contact the Kent Redding Group today by calling us at (512) 306-1001 or click here to connect with us online. 

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